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Modern well organised large Onsen with many different baths both inside and outside. Gender separate, no bathing costumes allowed as per the Japanese way. Beautiful views of Mount Fuji whilst bathing outside, amazing! Not too expensive either.
It was my second time here. It was awkward every time we stripping ourselves in front of so many people. But because no one care and no one staring, so we felt awkward if we don't do like the locals do. The onsen itself is...More
This is the first time I was naked in public pools, but you do not have to worry about privacy. The Onsen makes us feel good because the rooms are divided between men and women. You can not use the shoes into the room but...More
Came here with countryside tour Forest bus . The adult entry is Y800 per entry , students Y600 and additional Y100 for towels or Y220 for two towels ( one to bring into the onsen). You put your shoes in s locker ( refundable Y100)...More
In recent years it has been marketing towards foreigners looking for an authentic onsen experience. Unfortunately, for me that takes away the authenticity and so I much prefer going to the onsen ryokans or hotels in Hakone or Kawaguchiko. Nevertheless, the baths are nice with...More
You can enjoy Onsen and very nice view of Mt.Fuji. Year by year, the number of foreign tourists has increased! You can try it!
We decided to go here on a cloudy and rainy day when there was little else to do. The onsen has three or four indoor baths and two outdoor baths, with different temperatures, and two saunas (one dry and one steam). All in all a...More
Visitor oriented public hot spa. Please wash your body before go in to a big bath. No under pants is allowed. Hand towel must be not in the bath . You need 100yen coin for the locker , it is refundable. Beautiful view of Mt.Fuji...More
The question is old, but just in case somebody is wondering as well. No phone allowed. Not just for this location. But if you go to any onsen places, you are not allowed to bring in your phone to take pictures. You cannot... More
The question is old, but just in case somebody is wondering as well. No phone allowed. Not just for this location. But if you go to any onsen places, you are not allowed to bring in your phone to take pictures. You cannot bring your phone into the pools area. You would have to put your phone inside the locker. If you want to take pictures of of the Mt. Fuji you can do it outside the building